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Medical DeviceMedical Device Manufacturer Facing Class Action Suit in Multi-Jurisdiction LawsuitBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017A multi-jurisdiction lawsuit against a popular medical device manufacturer has been filed in the Southern District of Indiana U.S. District Court.Safety of Medical Scopes Called Into QuestionSafety of Medical Scopes Called Into QuestionBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017An endoscope is a fairly typical medical procedure in which a scope with a camera is inserted...Digital Pathology Likely Will Reduce Cancer MisdiagnosesDigital Pathology Likely Will Reduce Cancer MisdiagnosesBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017When a doctor suspects a person may have cancer, he or she typically calls in a second set of eyes to help in making a diagnosis.Healthcare Budget Proposal Doesn’t Include Tort ReformTrump Healthcare Budget Proposal Doesn’t Include Tort ReformBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017Many assumed that when Trump took office, tort reform measures would be a focal point of his healthcare and budget plans.New Drugs Approved by USDA Found to Have Serious Side EffectsNew Study Finds Almost One-Third of New Drugs Approved by USDA Found to Have Serious Side EffectsBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017According to a new Journal of the American Medical Association...Evidence of an Expert’s Personal PracticesNow Admissible in Medical Malpractice TrialsBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017In a case of first impression, the Indiana Court of Appeals ruled a patient in a medical malpractice...Hospital Inspections May Soon Become Public InformationHospital Inspections May Soon Become Public InformationBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017We often see restaurants admonished in the newspapers when they fail a health inspection.Disclosure of Medical Errors Along with an Apology Actually Lead To Fewer Lawsuits?Will a Disclosure of Medical Errors Along with an Apology Actually Lead To Fewer Lawsuits?By Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017It’s a fact that healthcare providers are reticent to admit errors to a patient or the patient’s family. Nurses and Medication ErrorsStudy Shows “Major Problem” With Nurses and Medication ErrorsBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017When thinking about health care professionals, one’s mind normally jumps right to doctors. But it takes a group of people to run a hospital and that includes nurses.Medical Errors as an Option on a Death CertificateMedical Errors as an Option on a Death CertificateBy Jack H. FarnbauchJune 28, 2017As discussed in earlier Sweeney Law Firm blog posts, medical errors...